Katy Perry's Asian tour is making her sadKaty Perry has thanked country singer Kacey Musgraves for helping her feel less homesick while on tour in Asia. The 'Firework' singer left her native U.S. to embark on the South American and Asian legs of 'Witness: The Tour' at the start of March, and after four weeks of being away from home, she admitted she was feeling the distance, and thanked Kacey and her new record 'Golden Hour' for keeping her company.
Katy Perry released Witness album in June, 2017, and a couple of months later, she started a tour to promote it.
Witness: The Tour have started on September 19, 2017, and it will last until August 21, 2018.
The total number of shows is 113, and 10 of those live performances take place in various cities in Asia.
Being on the road, especially for such a long time, can take a toll on everybody, even on the superwoman like Katy Perry.
Perry is a long way from home, from her family and friends, and her boyfriend Orlando Bloom, and because of that, she is struck by homesickness.
Find out how is she coping with it, and click on the video above!